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10/17 May 2014, Vol 292, No 7809/10


Pharmaceutical science, The Journal and you

Pharmacy is a scientific profession. That is the solid reminder in the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s report “New medicines, better medicines, better use of medicines”, published this week. The guide describes the spectrum of basic, applied and social sciences involved in bringing medicines to patients and ensuring their safe and effective use.



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    This week saw the publication of the first national study of asthma deaths in the UK. Its findings provide some powerful statements for pharmacy. Anna Murphy explains.


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    The Pharmaceutical Journal

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